15 June 2012

Tunisia: Prime Minister - 'Tunisia and Morocco Share the Firm Political Will to Boost Their Bilateral Relations'

Rabat — Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali said, on Friday in Rabat, that Tunisia and Morocco share common values and a firm political will to boost bilateral relations.

At the end of his talk with his Moroccan counterpart Abdelilah Benkirane, Mr. Jebali stressed, in a statement to the media, the two governments' will to hoist bilateral relations to the level of the two peoples' expectations, a will "that needs materialisation on the field," he added.

The Prime Minister, who started on Thursday an official visit to Morocco to take part in the 17th Tunisian-Moroccan High Joint Committee, visited on Friday the mausoleum of King Mohamed V and King Hassan II where he recited the Fatiha. He was escorted on this visit by Moroccan Minister of Relations with Parliament and the two countries' ambassadors.

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